Cassper Nyovest can't believe Ramaphosa 'blue ticked' Mzansi on human trafficking

Cassper Nyovest can't believe Ramaphosa 'blue ticked' Mzansi on human trafficking

- Cassper Nyovest has shared his thoughts and concerns about the lack of response to the ongoing human trafficking

- According to the Mzansi rapper, more people are disappearing and yet the government is doing nothing to help

- Mzansi social media users weighed in on his thoughts and added their own opinions

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Cassper Nyovest has expressed his disbelief at how the government has dealt with the alleged human trafficking in the country. The rapper took to social media to share his thoughts on Ramaphosa's response - or lack thereof.

Posting on Twitter, Cassper expressed his surprise at how people are still going missing and nothing is being done.

He said:

"Guys no ways. So many people going missing and our President still hasn't said anything? Like nothing? F****? Kana everyday it’s a new person I see on the timeline who went missing. I can only imagine what women feel like having to walk in these streets. YOH! #HumanTrafficking”

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The rapper commented that people seem to be going missing daily with no action from the South African government.

Cassper Nyovest can't believe Ramaphosa 'blue ticked' Mzansi on human trafficking
Cassper Nyovest is not happy with how the government has responded to human trafficking. Image: @casspernyovest/Instagram
Source: Instagram

South Africans weighed in on his comments. Twitter user MySoulMiAlma said:

"Cassper you're the only celebrity who's vocal about this #HumanTrafficking that Nigerians and other foreigners are doing in SA... This is actually a pandemic in our country but even Mr President seems not to care."

@Twiseasnice2 said:

"The very same people complaining about the ANC that's doing absolutely nothing to fight this virus called Human Trafficking will be the very same people voting ANC in power again and again. This thing is simple, you complain about ANC, well vote them out of power!"

gugulet38340647 said:

"This is just a public stunt so people can stop fakazaring their music. We all know how celebrities are unbothered about what happens to South Africans."

zillah_w said:

"It's disappointing that our government is not pro-active. They don't deal with issues head on. Remember the presidents Twitter account only made a statement about the clicks issue after EFF had already dealt with the issue."

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Tbo Touch issues warning to South African women over human trafficking previously reported that Media personality Tbo Touch has issued a serious warning to Mzansi women.

The star joined many Mzansi celebs who have shared their views on the hot topic of human trafficking in the country. Touch, whose real name is Thabo Molefe, has urged South African ladies to "verify" before they trust anyone on social media.

The former Metro FM presenter warned tweeps that human trafficking is real. The star shared that the scourge of such cases is "getting out of hand".

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